Syed Munir Khasru

Glimpses into the life of a social worker and homemaker

The lady I am writing about was a silent social worker and an ardent homemaker.

AMA Muhith: A few glimpses into the man

For quite some time, I haven’t been writing for national media outlets for reasons which I may share someday, if I think that would make any positive difference in the existing ecosystem of freedom of expression and journalistic values and ethics in Bangladesh.

Why China and India are wooing Bangladesh

Bangladesh, which was once dismissed by former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger as a "basket case" after its birth in 1971, is en route to becoming one of the "Asian Tigers".

The Global South’s Pandemic Path to Self-Reliance

Covid-19 continues to have a devastating impact on public health and to rattle the global economy with structural shocks.

Heeding the lines on the map

At the heart of South Asia's poor integration is India-Pakistan rivalry, further complicated by China-Pakistan proximity and India-China hostility.

A G20 refugee agenda

Every day, an average of some 34,000 people are forced to flee natural or manmade disasters.

A short history of a big deal

Ms Banerjee has sat on the issue and been changing goalposts for six years, with Bangladesh hostage to its neighbour's domestic politics as a State government refuses to play ball with the Centre. It is ordinary Bangladeshis who are bearing the brunt of this impasse.

Here's what's on the table for India and Bangladesh

With Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina visiting India from April 7, 17 agreements and bilateral MoUs have been finalised.

September 16, 2022
September 16, 2022

Glimpses into the life of a social worker and homemaker

The lady I am writing about was a silent social worker and an ardent homemaker.

May 26, 2022
May 26, 2022

AMA Muhith: A few glimpses into the man

For quite some time, I haven’t been writing for national media outlets for reasons which I may share someday, if I think that would make any positive difference in the existing ecosystem of freedom of expression and journalistic values and ethics in Bangladesh.

July 3, 2021
July 3, 2021

Why China and India are wooing Bangladesh

Bangladesh, which was once dismissed by former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger as a "basket case" after its birth in 1971, is en route to becoming one of the "Asian Tigers".

November 20, 2020
November 20, 2020

The Global South’s Pandemic Path to Self-Reliance

Covid-19 continues to have a devastating impact on public health and to rattle the global economy with structural shocks.

April 8, 2018
April 8, 2018

Heeding the lines on the map

At the heart of South Asia's poor integration is India-Pakistan rivalry, further complicated by China-Pakistan proximity and India-China hostility.

July 9, 2017
July 9, 2017

A G20 refugee agenda

Every day, an average of some 34,000 people are forced to flee natural or manmade disasters.

April 12, 2017
April 12, 2017

A short history of a big deal

Ms Banerjee has sat on the issue and been changing goalposts for six years, with Bangladesh hostage to its neighbour's domestic politics as a State government refuses to play ball with the Centre. It is ordinary Bangladeshis who are bearing the brunt of this impasse.

April 6, 2017
April 6, 2017

Here's what's on the table for India and Bangladesh

With Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina visiting India from April 7, 17 agreements and bilateral MoUs have been finalised.

April 3, 2017
April 3, 2017

Progress made and potentials unexplored

During the war of liberation of Bangladesh, a Canadian parliamentary delegation was sent to India to witness the plight of Bangladeshis fleeing the war-torn country in 1971.

February 6, 2017
February 6, 2017

A legacy worth remembering

Ispahani Colony is one the last remaining places of greenery, serenity, and natural abode in the middle of an increasingly congested, recklessly urbanised, poorly managed, and environmentally hazardous Dhaka city.

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